Topics School yearbooks -- Tennessee -- Nashville
, Ward-Belmont School (Nashville, Tenn.) – Periodicals
, Girls' schools -- Tennessee -- Nashville
, Education, Primary – Tennessee – Nashville
, Education, Elementary – Tennessee – Nashville
, Education, Secondary – Tennessee – Nashville
, College preparatory schools – Tennessee – Nashville
, Junior colleges – Tennessee – Nashville
, Boarding schools – Tennessee -- Nashville
, Conservatories of music -- Tennessee
, Women's colleges -- Tennessee – Nashville
, Women -- Education -- Tennessee -- Nashville – 1865-1951.
Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present. W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913, and published its yearbook The Iris from 1900-1913. Belmont College for Young Women operated from 1890-1913, and published its yearbooks Aitrop in 1904 and Milady in Brown from 1905-1913. They merged to created the Ward-Belmont School, which operated from 1913-1951 and published its yearbook Milestones from 1914-1951. The school reorganized as The Harpeth Hall School, an all-girls college preparatory high school. Harpeth Hall established a new campus in 1951 and continued publishing its yearbook Milestones from 1951-present. A middle school was added in 1968.
Publisher Ward-Belmont School
Digitizing sponsor Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor Harpeth Hall School
Collection harpethhall; americana
Notes No numbered pages or TOC.